Tuesday, August 22, 2006


Awhile ago I did a list for Hyperion on the Top Ten Things I do not Understand. I've done this list before and different, but I forget stuff every now and then.

Anyhow on the way home from Maine this past Sunday I saw another thing I don't understand - the truck limo.


Pleeeeeeeaaaaaase explain this to me.

Aren't these two things exclusive to the other? Why combine them? If you want to be in a limo, do you want a flat bed truck or vice-versa? Each on their own give completely different statements...

I tried to ask the guy in the limo. We were in heavy traffic, but I couldn't catch up the truck limo slightly rolled down window to ask.

I will be forever mystified unless you can help me.


Cincysundevil said...

I got nothing. The logic of it escapes me .... which in turn leads me to believe that there never was any logic into making a truck limo.

Voix said...

Tertiary concern: The Hummer limo.

Waiting for the definitive answer.

MW said...

Two choices:

1.) It's redneck, in-your-face elitism, pure and simple; or

2.) It's an incredibly wealthy elitist who fantasizes about being a redneck, and this is the closest he can come to it.